The Apple Card does not allow balance transfers. In general, balance transfers let you to shift high-interest debt from your current account to another issuer’s credit card and pay off the balance, presumably at a reduced interest rate.
The objective of a balance transfer is to save money on interest, so you will want a card with a low introductory APR on balance transfers. Just be sure to pay off the transferred balance in full before the introductory rate expires. Otherwise, the remaining balance will accumulate interest daily at the card’s regular APR.
You can find out how much a balance transfer card with a low intro APR will save you in interest charges by using WalletHub’s balance transfer calculator. This tool will also recommend credit cards that may help you save money and get out of debt faster.
You can activate your Apple Card through your iPhone. More specifically, your new Apple Card is sent in a special wallet-style packaging which contains an NFC tag. This tag initiates the link between the physical Apple Card with the digital one in the Wallet app on your iPhone.
Here is how to contact the Apple Card customer service:
Online: Contact Apple through the Messages app on your Apple device and you will be routed to the Apple Card customer service for any account-related questions. Alternatively, you can chat with an agent by using the … read full answerApple Wallet app and tapping "Message."
By phone: Call the Apple Card customer service department at (877) 255-5923.
By mail: Send your written inquiries to the following address: Lockbox 6112 P.O. Box 7247 Philadelphia, PA 19170-6112
The Apple Card is a Mastercard, not a Visa. You can use your Apple Card at nearly 11 million merchants that accept Mastercard nationwide, and you can use it abroad in more than 200 countries and territories.
There are a few differences between Visa and Mastercard credit cards, such as the network-level benefits they offer, but those differences are relatively small. The two card networks have a lot in common, including … read full answerextensive worldwide acceptance. As a result, it’s more worthwhile to compare individual credit card offers than to focus on getting a card from a particular network.
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